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My New Keyboard!!

I’m going to be honest here, I love flashy things. The more flash things I own the better in my opinion. Since a lot of my work is done on the PC (and PC’s look rather boring) there’s nothing better than finding peripherals that “lighten” the mood. I came across this amazing keyboard whilst browsing the net called the corsair K95 RGB. After studying this for a while and understanding how the lighting system worked I could resist my urge to give one a go. I couldn’t be happier.

The K95 with default lighting

After receiving the Corsair keyboard in the post I immediately set this device up and had it glowing purple (my favourite color) and upon pressing the buttons, made it highlight green. I’m in love with this mechanical keyboard. It makes my work so much easier and looks extremely pretty. My purple e cig rests beautifully next to it and my children look in awe at mummy’s new toys.

Apart from finding a similar mouse to match my new RGB keyboard, I will be in the market soon for a new 4k video camera to capture my children. Summer is coming, so the perfect time to invest. After reading a great review on the Sony AX100 camcorder, and learning about Sony’s new smaller and more inexpensive version the AX33, I am still in two minds on which to buy. I think I will first find the mouse to match my new keyboard, and then make a decision.

 

A review on the keyboard

 

 


ECigs – My New Best Friend

Like you who maybe reading this, I am new to this Electronic Cigarette phenomenon and have recently taken up this new craze as a means to get away from normal smoking. It works!!

Before I get into anything new, I like to do my research to make sure I know what I am getting into. I felt since this is my new blog and first post, it would be a good idea to share my results with you all.

My Research

Electronic cigarettes, or e- cigarettes, are gadgets regularly intended to appear to be like cigarettes, yet to convey nicotine vapor rather than tobacco smoke. Their utilization has become vast, with an expected 1.3 million individuals utilizing them in UK. At present, e-cigarettes are liable to general purchaser assurance Laws. Up to this point, the status of e-cigarettes as to helping individuals quit smoking has been short of being absolutely clear.

Some individuals here in the UK use them to help quit smoking, yet they haven’t yet been controlled in the same route as items like nicotine patches. Other individuals use them as an approach to bear on smoking while staying away from tobacco smoke. The EU is overhauling the Tobacco Products Directives with the goal that electronic cigarettes beneath a certain nicotine edge can be sold with health warnings. Over this nicotine edge, e-cigarettes will have to be approved as therapeutic items.

So, how do e-cigarettes function?

An e-cigarette contains three segments: a battery, an atomiser and a cartridge containing nicotine suspended in propylene glycol and water. At the point when the client sucks on the e-cigarette, the fluid in the cartridge is warmed so that some of it vaporizes. This vapor conveys nicotine into the client’s lungs. There is no smoke, however some nicotine vapor is discharged into the encompassing air as the client breathes out.

Some e-cigarettes have a pointer light at the end which gleams when the client is breathing in to give an included touch of authenticity.

The liquid used to produce the vapor is known as e liquid or e juice and is predominately made from PG (Propylene Glycol). I have read however, that a small portion of people are allergic to this and have to found an alternative base to alleviate this problem. Upon my initial research I came across a UK based website called trueV who specialize in 100% VG E liquid and can be found over at ichorliquid.co.uk . From there you can select from many different tobacco or fruit e juice flavours that are completley made from VG (Vegetable Glycerine. You should check them out.

Are the uses of e-cigarettes regulated?

This much is for sure that E-cigarettes are not secured by enactment banning smoking in broad daylight places. It is lawful to “smoke” an e-cigarette in an open spot on the grounds that there is no blazing and no smoke is emitted – just scentless vapor.

Then again, they may in any case be liable to bans in a few spots. Case in point, the train administrator ScotRail has banned staff and travelers from utilizing e-cigarettes on its trains, stations or depots. The firm says one reason is their utilization may unsettle different travelers and make individuals surmise that smoking true cigarettes is permitted.

Are e-cigarettes safe?

 

MistBusters 2 Are e-cigarettes safer than real cigarettes?

At present there is extremely restricted investigative proof on the wellbeing impacts of e-cigarettes.

In August 2014, the World Health Organization said it needed e-cigarettes banned inside and raised worries about mischief from nicotine and different chemicals in the vapor to those adjacent. In any case, these worries about the nicotine vapor were not imparted by the wellbeing fight gathering ASH, or the Electronic Cigarette Industry Trade Association (ECITA).

Regardless of electronic cigarettes regularly being seen as a more secure option to smoking, some proof recommends they may influence lung capacity. Preparatory results exhibited in September 2012 at the European Respiratory Society’s Annual Congress in Vienna found that “smoking” or “vaping” an e-cigarette for 10 minutes brought on an increment in aviation route safety, hindering the air getting into and out of the lungs. In sound subjects who had never smoked there was a measurably huge increment in aviation route safety.

The study was focused around a little example of individuals: eight had never smoked and 24 were smokers of whom 11 had typical lung capacity and 13 had either chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or asthma. The discoveries add to the developing enthusiasm toward electronic cigarettes as a possibly healthier conveyance framework for nicotine and an all the more socially satisfactory method for ‘smoking’.

In August 2012, a study found that electronic cigarettes don’t have all the earmarks of being bad for heart capacity. Analysts looked at the heart capacity of 20 every day smokers previously, then after the fact smoking one tobacco cigarette to that of 22 e-cigarette clients previously, then after the fact utilizing the gadget for seven minutes. The individuals concentrated on were solid and shifted in age from 25 to 45.

The creators said that heart capacity deteriorated in the tobacco smokers and that their pulse and heart rate rose. Individuals utilizing e-cigarettes accomplished just a slight height in circulatory strain. A 2010 instructions paper by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) said one of the issues in evaluating the security of e-cigarettes originated from the quantity of models available that have not been tried.

In 2010, scientists from the Establishment of Human Execution and Restoration in Greece wrote in the BMJ that their insight on the intense and long haul impacts of e-cigarette use is, in the best case scenario, exceptionally restricted on the grounds that there are no human or creature investigations of the impacts of smoking e-cigarettes. They likewise indicated an absence of any information on the impacts of latently taking in the nicotine vapor.